After their farewell world tour came through Los Angeles last month, Yellowcard thought they had said their final goodbyes to fans after spending over a decade shaping their youth and the genre of emo rock. Blame it on Yellowcard’s undying love for their fans or the desire to close out their career in one of their favorite cities, but these Florida rockers announced they will take their final onstage bow here in Southern California this spring.

Due to “incredible demand,” Yellowcard has added two final shows to their limited spring final touring roster. On March 24th, 2017, the band will perform their seminal album Ocean Avenue in full at The Novo in Los Angeles. The following day, the band will end their story in the city “where they played their first sold-out show” by taking the stage at The House of Blues Anaheim.

The band released an official statement, saying, “We have played shows for nearly two decades on six continents and had the chance to keep recording the music we love year after year. While it is with sadness that we say goodbye, it is with gratitude and amazement that we look back on a career we can be proud of, and were so very lucky to have had.”

Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 18th, but you can pick up presale VIP tickets now to guarantee your spot watching Yellowcard say their final goodbyes. This pair of bittersweet shows will end a long, beautiful journey for the band and their fans. Who knows who will be more emotional on these nights, but at least they’ll have a great soundtrack to take them into that beautiful, musical unknown.

For more info:

Yellowcard official website